Apprenticeships: A Pathway to Success
Are you looking for a way to start or advance your career, earn a salary and gain valuable skills and qualifications? If so, you might want to consider an apprenticeship. An apprenticeship is an educational programme that combines practical on-the-job training with classroom learning. You can apply for an apprenticeship in different sectors and levels, depending on your interests and abilities. In this article, we will outline some of the advantages of apprenticeships and some of the sectors you can choose from.
Advantages of apprenticeships
There are many benefits of doing an apprenticeship, both for individuals and employers. Here are some of them:
Sectors for apprenticeships
There are hundreds of apprenticeships available across different sectors and industries. Some of the most popular ones include:
These are just some examples of the sectors you can choose from. There are many more options available for you to explore.
If you are interested in becoming an apprentice or hiring one for your business, you can visit www.apprenticeships.gov.uk for more information and guidance or come speak to one of our Experts and start your journey with Global Skills today.
Age: Apprenticeships in England are available to individuals aged 16 and over.
Eligibility: Apprenticeships are open to both new entrants and existing employees. You can apply for an apprenticeship if you’re a school leaver, a college or university graduate, or if you’re already working and want to gain additional skills.
Residency: Apprenticeships are open to residents all residents of the UK. As an Apprentice, you must have the right to work in the UK, This may require you to have the necessary visas or permits.
Education: The specific educational requirements can vary depending on the apprenticeship. Some apprenticeships may require a minimum level of education, such as certain GCSEs (General Certificate of Secondary Education), while others may have no formal educational requirements.
Employment: Apprenticeships are a combination of on-the-job training and classroom-based learning. Therefore, you need to secure an apprenticeship position with an employer who is willing to hire you as an apprentice. This involves applying for vacancies and going through the employer’s selection process.
It’s important to note that the specific criteria and requirements can vary depending on the type of apprenticeship, the industry, and the employer.
Most Apprenticeships are 95% Government funded and 5% is Employer funded, this means as an Apprentice you will study for free, learn new skills and progress in your career.
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